Re: XJS Brake Problem
Is it likely that it is the Master Cylinder? I don't know.
There's no recent work been done and it has just flown through it's MOT test
with flying colours. I was thinking along the lines of the brakes probably
binding, overheating and the fluid losing viscosity? although it doesn't
appear to be that when spinning the wheels off ground.
It is consistent, 30-35 miles, if there were air in the system surely this
would be a permenant problem. Again, I don't know.
The car is in A1 condition throughout having covered only 48k miles from
new, I know this means nothing re the problem but it has always been Main
Dealer serviced bang on time, every time and they are at a loss as to what
the cause is.
"Blake Dodson" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Rebuild your master cylinder or.. somehow air has been introduced into
> the brake system. Recent work?
> Stop driving until it is resolved.